Primary teachers teach ages 4-11 and work in primary schools. As a primary school teacher, you'll cover all areas of the cirriculum and be expected to teach everything from English to maths and history to RE.
Secondary teachers work with those who are between the ages of 11 and 16. As a secondary school teacher, you are likely to have a specialist subject which you'll teach across year groups e.g. history, maths or even music.
Our goal is to improve the education of children in the UK and as a result with work with many different types of schools.
Don't have to follow the national curriculum and may focus on a specialism such as business or the arts.
Must follow the national curriculum and can focus on specific subjects such as RE in faith schools.
Are funded by the local authority but select pupils based on their ability. Students sit the '11-plus' to determine entry.
Otherwise known as private. Are exempt from following the national curriculum, focusing instead on the child's individual creative, moral and personal development.
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